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Oct 13, 2013 2:30am EDT
hoenig, eboni k. williams, michelle fields. remember when the president promised us obamacareouldo this? >> save a typical family average of $2,500 on their healthcare costs in the coming years. save families $2,500 in the coming years. >> this is a tweet from folks who are finding it it's costing them more. three times more. man said he checked out the exchange but the lowt premium is three time what is i'm paying now. we have been warning that this might happen. time to rename it unaffordable care act? >> for many, many people, eric, the premiums a going up substantially. exactly opposite of what the president promised. it's no surprise, really, we were predicting it on this show for wl over a year. where do lower premiums come from? where do the lower price come from? man's ability to think not the government willingness to force. that is what obamacare is. it's no healthcare freedom in this country for decades, less and less. obamacare eliminates it colete so just like education you will see costs go up and the quality go down, more and more that obamacare continues to grow. >> unaf
Oct 15, 2013 12:00pm EDT
, this was your younger sister? michelle: yes. i've had custody of this girl since she was 11. you know, the choices that she made between our dad and her mom led her into drugs, prostitution, everything else. the latest time that i rescued you, i helped you get clean. yes, your honor, she did. i went to chicago after not hearing from her for seven years. the one time i did hear from her, she didn't even know who i was on the phone. (sobbing) i got to chicago at 11:00 on a saturday. she walks up to me and she weighs 56 pounds, has sores all over her and has no shoes on. we left chicago at 3:00 sunday morning. i'm getting her dressed. i'm putting clothes on this child to take her back to houston with me. i lost control of my life, myself, my morals, everything. and, um, when i got clean... who came and got you every time you picked up the phone? when i got clean, i had just... i had been an addict... who called you? ...and homeless for 15 years. it wasn't your dad. it wasn't your mom. and i didn't know how to be respectful. i didn't know how to be a woman. i didn't know how to be a lady.
FOX Business
Oct 13, 2013 9:30am EDT
bring this -- michelle brought something up that is very important one of two reaso why president bam become and kathleen sebelius the administrator of obamacare don't know how many people signed up. either it's so low as mhelle points out or so completely incompetent. jonathan, they had four years to get this up and running. what i hppening? could you predict a bigger failure than what we are seeing? >> even just look at the cost of the website, eric. they believe it was estimated to cost $ed 98 million, it cost $600 million for a website less than one in ten can get on. you will see the cost g up. unfortunately, eboni mes a false choice it's a terrible system or government control. why not try a free market in healthcare? try the same success that made companies like amazon and apple able to lower costs and increase the qualit instead we live in the opposite direction which is why from every element from the cost to the quality if the government is involved you will see the healthcare get worse and woe. >>tay on the cost here. cost of families especially. anher tweet. i was all for
FOX News
Oct 14, 2013 7:00pm PDT, michelle fields with us. welcome both of you. good to see you. awe thank you for having me. >> good to see you, sean. >> an open-air memorial. they had to hire more police than usual to keep people out than if they kept this thing open. how pathetic this is in a partial 17% government shutdown? to try to inflict as much pain as possible. i would thing you would sympathize with those vets that they have every right to keep that open and that this was punitive of the white house to make that decision because they have discretion here? >> well, first of all i come from a long line of veterans. my father fought in the korean war. i definitely appreciate all they have done for me to have the freedom to do what i am doing right now. i honestly before the government shut down, sean, it was stated the federal bond units throughout the nation, federal, national parks throughout the nation would be closed. the barricade as i understand were there to protect. whether it was the -- jefferson monument, lincoln memorial, world war ii memorial from vandals and vandalism. you saw signs tha
FOX News
Oct 7, 2013 7:00pm PDT
friends at how is everybody tonight? good to see you. we are ten days, michelle fields, away from a debt ceiling that our secretary of the treasury says is going to be a catastrophe. the president will not negotiate with republicans. what's going to happen. >> democrats want the shutdown. they are trying to make it as painful as possible for the american people. republicans passed a bill. sent it to the senate. the senate is blocking it. they are not willing to compromise. republicans are willing to compromise. it's a failure of leadership on the president's part. >> pen yirks you are a democrat. defund, delay, get rid of all special exemptions? >> we have had this conversation since 2009. it's been debated. it became law in 2011. we had an election. we won. >> did republicans whip in the house? >> they lost seat s in the house. democrats actually increased in the senate. and we had a supreme court decide this is the law of the land. sean that was never going to be a point of negotiation. >> ar are i fleischer, i read the constitution. we have separation of powers, chec
Oct 10, 2013 1:00am EDT
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Oct 14, 2013 10:00am PDT
of the american federation of government employees local chapter in yankton, south dakota. michelle, how are you? what's makes your situation particularly troubling is that both you and your husband work at the prison there in yankton and neither of you are being paid. do you both still is have to go to work? >> yes, we do. and we're not -- we're not getting paid. >> right. but yet the inmates there are being paid for their, i guess, work study jobs or what is the loophole that allows the prisoners to be paid but not the guards? >> there's a different funding for the inmate pay, and that has been funded. but yet the government workers, the accepted workers are not being paid. >> what do -- specifically, what are the prisoners paid for, michelle? >> they do inmate jobs, order orderlies, et cetera. >> a couple hours a day? what does that add up to? >> it all depends on what worksite they work at. >> now, michelle, what did you think when you found out that because of the government shutdown you and your husband would not be able to pay all of your bills for lord knows how long but the prisoners wo
Oct 9, 2013 5:00am PDT
. that's your pinpoint forecast. good morning, frank and michelle. >> good morning. thank you. developing news in berkeley now. several people had to evacuate their homes when a fire started at a fourplex. this is near san pablo avenue. the fire started shortly after midnight on the top floor. the man who lives there then went around to every unit, banged on the doors and told people to get out. one evacuee says she was not aware of the seriousness of the situation at first. >> i couldn't go to sleep and all of a sudden i hear somebody banging on my door that there's a fire, that their apartment is on fire. i didn't know what to do because, first of all, i don't want to open the door to a crazy person. it could be somebody trying to break in so i get my roommate and then that's when it hit me that it smelled like fire. so i told him we got to get out. >> no one was injured and firefighters are investigating. >>> kpix 5 anne makovec is at san francisco general where the body of a missing patient was found in a stairwell. >> reporter: this woman went missing two weeks ago. this morning we a
Oct 14, 2013 5:00am PDT
the world, the story on kpix 5. >> good morning everyone. it's monday, october 14. i'm michelle griego. >> i'm frank mallicoat. we know it's running and nice weather and take the day off too, right? lots of sunshine to the coastline. offshore winds and not strong. still strong enough to clear the skies out. and looks like it's very nice weather too. we expect school temperatures to begin with the sunspots, especially in the north bay. low 40s right now. clear sky for a little chilly in some spots. 51 degrees in san francisco. and sunshine well into the 70s and the south bay. temperatures moving into the 70s and low 80s. towards the coastline and coastline. elizabeth. >> the reports of big bowling ball size rocks and blocking at least one lane in the southbound direction. let you know as soon as it clears and the commute. it could cause slowdowns. also, no problem this morning and everything moving right along. the roadwork into treasure island. this morning, all trains on time. in fact, they've got 36 right now all on schedule with more on our potential bart. let's go to michell
Oct 10, 2013 4:00am PDT
. greatest catch. >>> entertainment before tonight's "glee" tribute to cory monteith, lea michele talked about her boyfriend and co-star. quote, i feel like for me personally, i've lost two people, cory and finn. michelle went on to say the tribute is based on the memorial the "glee" cast had for monteith. topher grace tweeted this picture making fans hope that there may be a "that '70s show" reunion in the future. >>> owen wilson has said that he will support her and his child. interesting dinner conversation, right? marilyn monroe spending some time evidently under the knife. multiple x-rays in the physicians' notes will be for sale in an upcoming auction proving that monroe had plastic surgery in the '50s under an alias. >> did we even do plastic surgery in the '50s? it sounds risky. >> it probably was more risky and much simpler than what they're doing today. the alias she had there was joan newman. >>> william shatner has released his newest music video, "ponder the mystery" is what it's called. it's just as bizarre as you could hope from captain kirk. take a look. ♪ america loves
Oct 13, 2013 8:30pm PDT
, terrific game. harris, carr and lee are with michelle. >> sean lee, last week, 51 points. tonight, such an overall effort. what changed? >> a lot of work. we made sure we brought that tonight and played well. >> the front four was so depleted. demarcus ware goes out with the injury. did you overcome that? >> we had a lot of guys that have been working to get better. it made the difference. >> congratulations. what a performance. let's go to brandon carr who had the tough assignment of covering pierre garcon. how did you do it? >> a big challenge. a lot of film studies. go out there and have fun. you know what, the last two weeks this defense struggles. sean lee mentioned it. you were disgraced by last week's performance. what was the mindset as you prepare for this week? >> disappointment last week. we had that bitter taste. everybody came to work with a chip on their shoulder and 6 o minutes of hard work. we came out with a victory. congratulations. >> thank you. >> let's turn to dwayne harris after the fist pump. 22 # return yards on the night. jason garrett told us before the g
Oct 15, 2013 9:00am EDT
's just us ladies, we will talk about something that every woman experiences, michelle is no exception. she is a morth of two who -- mother of two who works on the show, and she suffers from issues that could be related to hormones. >> come on, come on. there you go. >> i am michelle, 35. the teleprompter operator on the doctors. when i am not at work, i spend most of the day chasing after my children, and caring for all of our animals. i go to the gym 5-6 dace a week. -- days a week. i cook most of our meals. i know that we are eating healthy. >> there's nothing in here that's bad for you. i did do high interval intensity training and everything else, but over the last couple of years, i have been having a lot of fatigue, and weight-gain, 45 pounds. i am having difficulty sleeping. low sex drive, and i am constantly stressed between work and my children. my hair used to be really thick. and it's just gotten thin and dry, and i am not exactly sure why, but i think it might be my hormones. >> i went to an endocrinologist. she said melatonin and tea may solve my problems. >> the tea is n
Oct 12, 2013 5:00pm PDT
. >> michelle was diagnosed with sarcoma, a rare form, and after chemotherapy, she applied for additional treatment at the national institutes of health, but the government shutdown took effect. we asked michelle what she would like to say to those politicians in washington, whose bickering set off the deadlock. >> i have heard incidents where this is just a game, and i would like to say it is not a matter of win or lose. please listen to the people and know that it is affecting so many in need of help. >> negotiations on afghan security have left john kerry with a lot to celebrate. washington wants to take the lead in running counterterrorism missions after 2014, with bases around the country. from the executive intelligence review, he says they are likely to meet closer -- to move closer to their neighbors. >> he will not be the president in 2014. and he wants an agreement from the united states that they will defend them. after we have been in afghanistan, this left the country in no better shape. no policy for the future of afghanistan. right now, they are increasing growth, this is d
Oct 8, 2013 6:00am PDT
morning, tuesday, october 8. good to have you with us. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now is 6:01. >>> new this morning a truck crashed into an apartment building on donna lane and camden avenue in san jose. the vehicle for j drains router service. the driver fell asleep, says the owner of the company, hit parked cars and then crashed on the lawn. no word on any injuries. >>> a salmonella scare is centered in california. hundreds have been sickened after eating foster farms chicken and the company is not issuing a recall.mark kelly reports. why is the bad chicken still on the shelves? >> reporter: in cases with salmonella and chicken, the government does not force the chicken company to take its product off the shelves. so at this point, foster farms chicken is still on the shell on store shelves. but here's a graphic. here's the serial numbers with the infected chicken. according to the department of agriculture, 278 people in 18 states, but mostly here in california, have already gotten sick from these. we found a bay area man with one of the chicken packages. ed sa
Oct 9, 2013 7:00pm PDT
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Oct 15, 2013 4:00am PDT
, october 15th. i'm michelle greigo. >> i'm frank malca. >>> breaking news. magnitude 3h quake hitting berkeley hills around 1:07. hundreds of people went to the u.s. geological survey website to report they felt it. there were after shocks. 2.7 and 2.6 about an hour later. this quake happened two days before the 24th anniversary of the deadly loma earthquake here in the bay area. earthquake information a little harder to come by because of the partial government shutdown now. the u.s. geological survey is one of the agencies closed until that budget stalemate ends. >>> breaking news on bart as well. the trains are running again this morning. that does not mean the threat of a strike is over. kate is at the head quarters in oakland where talks are now in their 15th hour. kate. >> reporter: it's been quite a long night. talks are still going on inside the cal tran building behind me. just after 1:00 a federal mediator delivered good news. first that progress was being made at the bargaining table and second bart trains will be running today. >> under our agency the parties have been act
Oct 14, 2013 6:00am PDT
'm michelle. we have team coverage on the contract hospice. we start with kpix 5 reporter kate in oakland. >> reporter: they say we give you one day to fix that. bart management and the union burned the midnight oil working late into the night. took a turn for the worst when the latest offer would be to accept a final offer. management claims 7 million on friday for the four-year contract. >> gone to bed at night and not knowing if bart will there or not and be there long enough. >> reporter: union say it's not good enough and less than the one management offered in the past. >> it is progressive. we can take it to members for a vote and again, we want to bargain a full, fair, equitable contract and the offer we received is none of that. >> reporter: won't be on the table long and weeks to accept before taking it away. we are seeing the shift in negotiation. it's not a good one and let's make it even better. four years from now after all of this is done, we get to do it all over again. let's take it to mark kelly live at walnut street. the center is actually a no strike clause in the unio
Oct 9, 2013 6:00am PDT
'm michelle griego. time now 6:00. >>> developing now at 6:00, several people had to evacuate their homes when a fire started at a berkeley fourplex. this is near san pablo avenue. it started around midnight at the top floor. the man who lives there went to every unit, banged on the doors and told people to get out. one evacuee says she wasn't aware of the seriousness of the situation at first. >> i couldn't go to sleep and i hear somebody banging on my door that their apartment is on fire. i didn't know what to do. first of all i don't want to open the door to a crazy person. it could be somebody trying to break in. i get my roommate and it hit me. it smelled like fire. so we had to get out. >> no one was injured and firefighters are investigating how it started. >>> happening today it president obama is expected to nominate federal reserve vice chair janet yellen as the new fed chairman. yellen was a professor at uc- berkeley in the 1980s and 90s 90s. if approved by the senate, yellen would become the first woman to be head of the fed. kpix 5's cate caugiran will have more on yellen's ties t
Oct 10, 2013 6:00am PDT
. hi. everyone. it's october 10. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:01. >>> developing now at 6:00, gunmen have killed napped the prime minister of libya -- kidnapped the prime minister of libya last night. this morning he is free. this is a picture an arab news network got of prime minister ali zeidan as gunman took him from a hotel in the capital of tripoli. there are not a lot of details about his release. but it appears libyan forces intervened in some way. >>> right now, a standoff has a neighborhood blocked off up north in santa rosa. several police officers surrounding a home on sedgemore drive there. they are apparently responding to a shooting. a s.w.a.t. team was called in. ambulances are on scene. we'll bring you more information when we get it. >>> as bart contract talks go down to the wire more people in the bay area are against another strike. our exclusive kpix 5/surveyusa poll finds three-quarter of bay area adults oppose a strike by union workers. only 11% somewhat support the workers. kpix 5 reporter anne makovec is in walnut creek.
Oct 8, 2013 2:00pm PDT
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Oct 8, 2013 5:00pm PDT
. >>> day eight of this government shutdown. a change of plans for first lady michelle obama. she was scheduled to attend three events beginning this week in the bay area. this was a private fund raising trip. what's the political motivation here? >> reporter: you can imagine perception is at the heart of the matter. a lot of folks were excited to see first lady michelle obama. she's very popular. she was headed here to the bay area for a weekend of fund raising, but a political science professor says cancelling was the right thing to do. she was supposed to arrive for two different fundraisers on saturday. one for one kings lane and then a resituatiception -- on sunday minority leader was the host the first lady at a bigger event at the fairmont here in san francisco. these are privately funded events not costing any government resources, but a political science professor says it really is all about how it looks. >> i think right now with everyone worried about the shutdown and how long it is going to last and what effect it is going to have, but to act like things are normal, it
Oct 10, 2013 12:00pm PDT
. good afternoon. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. negotiations are under way in hopes of avoiding a bart strike at midnight. as anne makovec reports, bart is shoring up contingency plans with the deadline 12 hours away. anne. >> reporter: the bart board is meeting now. after that meeting negotiations will resume. we are 12 hours away from the deadline. the unions didn't give a 72- hour notice of intent to strike but they tonight have to give it. that's a courtesy to passengers so there's still a very real possibility of a strike as soon as tomorrow morning's commute. >> the fact of the matter is it seems that the district is somewhat cavalier about the public's riding prospects. >> reporter: union workers came to air their frustrations this morning at a meeting of the bart board of directors as the clock ticks towards midnight. >> there may or may not be a strike. >> reporter: things are nasty. unions accuse management of pulling back a prior offer last night. >> it's very disheartening because we were extremely close. we were at the point where we were feeling we coul
Oct 12, 2013 11:00pm PDT
to kill me. what a lovely surprise. michelle, this is my mother evelyn. mom, michelle. evelyn, it's a pleasure. you have a wonderful son.
Oct 14, 2013 4:00am PDT
. good morning. it's monday october 14th. i'm michelle griego. and i'm frank mallicoat. with less than two hours len and no deal in >>> good morning, everyone. it's monday, october 14. >> with less than two hours left on sunday's deadline and no deals in hand, unions announced they would not walk off the job, but instead gave management one last shot at closing the deal. >>> tomorrow's commute could be another story, but today they're running. >>reporter: they were at it well into the night and unfortunately the two sides might have actually taken a few steps backwards. management says they offered or presented its last, best and final offer yesterday. the general manager said it was $7 million more than friday's offer, but the union says it's still not good enough. good news for commuters, though, deciding to give them one more day to come up with a better offer they can accept. >> we're not going to go on strike because the public deserves to have a riding system that works. we'll give them one more day, one more day to get it together. >> we've given them two weeks to consider the o
Oct 14, 2013 12:00pm PDT
wanted to keep trains rolling at least one more day. good afternoon everyone. i'm michelle griego. >> afternoon. i'm frank malachi. we begin with news at a construction site in santa clara. a steal worker was killed. this is the truck down below where the rebar was on. somehow while he was in the process of unloading the rebar it fell on him and he was crushed the accident was reported a little before 7:00 this morning. he was take on the a hospital where he was pronounced dead. the victim, 61-year-old man from vacaville. his name has not been released. all construction at the stadium has stopped for the day. this is the second death at this construction site in four months. >>> and now on to the threatened bart strike. trains are running today with a walk out averted for at least a day. the two unions have agreed to a 24 hour reprieve. we're in oakland right now. kate? >> reporter: we know that sciu local 1020 started their meeting with bart an hour ago. we saw mooney go in. we have not seen the representatives go through the doors behind me. we reached out to them several times.
Oct 15, 2013 4:30am PDT
two sides are still talking. >> reporter: good morning, michelle. a representative did come out and say the two sides are well deep into negotiations. no deal yet. good news with commuters was no bart strike today. as we mentioned with the two sides are still in the middle of their talks. >>> shortly after 1:0 this morning. >> the bargaining has produced constructive and productive progress. and i am authorized by the parties to say they are prepared to continue negotiations through the night. >> wouldn't take any more questions but did stick around to give another bit of good news for commuters. >> at the request of the federal mediation and conciliation service and all of our concern about the public interest, i'm authorized to announce the trains will run tomorrow. >> bart management gave unions a take it or leave it offer over the weekend putting talks to a skraeching halt. the unions responded yesterday with a counter proposal. the district stood firm in final numbers. >> reporter: some kind of shift took place overnight. reporting live, cate caugurian kpix 5. >> the altern
Oct 15, 2013 12:00pm PDT
. >> fed up with uncertainty. bart riders left for one more day. good afternoon. i'm michelle griego. frank is on assignment. >>> talks are set to resume in about an hour between bart and unions. and right now it's uncertain whether trains will be running tomorrow. cate caugurian is in oakland where the unions made a counter proposal and took a break for a few hours. >> michelle, they will be back here in just an hour. we did speak with bart management or a spokes person from bart just a few moments ago who confirmed the chief negotiator will not be at today's bargaining session. here's what they had to say about his absence. >> he is not here today. he's not needed. grace is at the table. she is in charge. she is leading this and we have another lead negotiator. he is here along with our team. he is not needed. grace is leading the charge. >> reporter: now, he might not be here but both sides including the federal mediators will be returning here to the cal trance building in just about an hour where they will resume talks after negotiating for almost 17 hours overnight. >> we were here ov
Oct 10, 2013 11:00pm PDT
profesional de derecho de california y puedan ejercer. blanca ---michelle pulido hablo con un inmigrante que estaba seguro que con esfuerzo.... el sueÑo se haria una realidad. take pkg 00:01 banner 00:18 sergio 00:42 michelle 01:55 luis alejo pkg blanca ---vamos a la primera pausa ---vamos a la primera pausa pero quedese con nosotros.. take vo ---regresaremos en vivo a oakland con nuestro compaÑero angel ayllon quien nos tiene lo mas reciente sobre las negociaciones del bart.. take vo - cesar ---ademas, demandan a un grupo de colegios universitarios por presuntamente engaÑar a sus estudiantes, enterese que exigen.. segment ends iban empatados y mi princesa le cambia a su programa. ¿y el de papá? baja nfl mobile. recibe los partidos de las noches de jueves, domingos y lunes de la nfl. exclusivo de verizon. la hora cero para saber si las negociaciones entre el bart y sus sindicatos rinden frutos y evitan una nueva huelga blanca ---de no ser asi, cientos de miles de pasajeros se verian afectados.. roll open under ---angel ayllon, en vivo desde oakland, esta siguiendo de cerca las negociaci
Oct 7, 2013 11:00pm EDT
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Oct 10, 2013 5:00pm EDT
michelle druez on the show. one of the stars of "fast and furious" she recently addressed her sexuality. she admitt she's bisexual. she's 35 years old. she thought people thought she was a lesbian because she walked the red carpet solo and played butchy girls. that's a take perhaps. i always thought she was a lesbian. it didn't matter to me. she's a $5 billion woman. she gets in the movies that make billions of dollars. she's one of the mo successful latina actresses. one of the most successful actresses period. i just assumed. apparently, i was only half right. [ laughter ] [ applause ] she says that she goes both ways. and i think that is fabulous. how you doin', michelle rodrigue [ applause ] so, mary j. blige doesn't play when it comes to being treated like a queen. remember last december, the news was out she was paid $250,000 to perform at a concert in dallas. she allegedly got $145,000 of that up front, the advance. she would get the other $105,000 after e hit the last number on the stage. as she puts the mike down, picks up an envelope and goes back home. the concert promoter ps
Oct 11, 2013 11:00pm EDT
. thanks so much. 8, please. hi, i'm michelle. oh. like the beatles. that was kind ofthe. me-shell. yeah. you probablyget tha. yeah. but i like it. [giggles] what floorare you going to? i don't know. [knock on door] hey, ray.come on in. i need some water. oh, yeah, yeah. kitchen. so you finallymade it over. what do you think? nice elevator. met your neighbormi. yeah, michelle. 8d. to borrow detergent.ver here wag you're kidding me. i'm goingto cut her off. to buy her own.ayshe'll learn that girl'sbeen her? with dirty clothes? oh, yeah. [knock on door] hi, robert. hey, sandy. can i use your phone? i'm locked outof my apartment. again? a spare key.uldjust give you yes. all right. you know. hi. that's my brother ray. what's shakin'? this is a fantastic. nah, the parking's bad, the place is kind of dark,and i, on the flippers. a little rough oh, really?i didn't note at all the women.usy log there'swomen everywhere. thanks, robert. it was niceto meet . ditto. are you the only ma? no, there's some male nursesand. so then this is,lik. has a hot tub. caste yeah. good luckgetting in there. the gi
Oct 8, 2013 4:30am EDT
as michelle miller found out. >> wee! >> reporter: it's been a week since danielle smith told parents at the george p. pitkin learning center that its head start program was closed. the government shut down before it sent grant money to connecticut. >> what did your family say? >> i had parents who told me i'm going to lose my job, if i don't have child care, i can't go to work. they were asking for help, and i couldn't help them. >> reporter: 300 students have been affected here. it's also cost danielle smith her job as a family counselor. how long can you last? >> i don't know. i'm struggling. >> reporter: did you know this was coming? >> i followed it. but i thought politicians from both sides would come together and realize this is going to affect millions of people. >> call us back to see if there's anything we can do for you. >> reporter: a thousand children have been locked out at the 13 programs run by bill bellaaqua. >> we issued 313 layoff notices. they don't have alternatives to turn to. you know, it's going to get cold soon. they don't have heating. the lights won't stay o
Oct 11, 2013 7:00pm EDT
of tears flowing on "glee" thursday night as lea michele paid tribute to the late cory monteith. her co-star and boyfriend. ♪ >> it's lea michele singing a final tribute to her late boyfriend cory monteith. on thursday night's emotionally charged episode of "glee." cory died of an accidental drug overdose in july. on the show, the death of cory's character quarterback fin hudson isn't explained but the cast mourns the loss the only way they know how. with singing. ♪ >> deborah: 7.2 million people tuned in to see the tribute that gives "glee" its highest ratings of the season. we'll be back after this. >>> next -- are they the couple who knew too much? >> come on marty. got anything to say? >> why they say they're under siege at their own front door. >> i'm going to have and you to leave. >> and carjacking caught on video. the creep who robbed this guy at gunpoint. does he need driving lessons? >> plus -- the fattest dog in the world. well, look at him now. "inside edition" in high definition will be right >>> the shocking new book about johnny carson. next "inside edition" -- first
Oct 15, 2013 7:00am EDT
and more. >> we begin with the mysterious disappearance of madeleine mccann. michelle is in portugal where she disappeared. good morning. >> reporter: it brings back all that happened here in portugal. the parents were persons of interest and then cleared and the case closed after one year. now even six years later in a few moss, the british police reopened it and there is real progress. the bbc's program focussing on the may 2007 disappearance of madeleine mccann has a detailed time line of what happened that day and night. having dinner with friends 150 feet away from their rented apartment here checking on the children regularly. at 10:00 it was kate's turn. >> they were closed and then i could see that the window had been pushed open. i knew straight away then that madeline had been taken. >> police say this bears the ha ha hallmark of a planned abduction. they ruled out this earlier sketch but made these two sketches of another man seen about the same time kate discovered 3-year-old madeline was gone. >> reporter: a family saw him walking here down the hill with a child fitting madeli
Oct 10, 2013 6:00pm EDT
's my hero, michelle kwan! you remind me of a young dorothy hamill. ( gasps ) i didn't know you could talk! lisa, could you pass the salad? and it's james with the steal! ( glass shattering ) ( groans ) who wants to help me clear the table? ( speaking chinese ) wait a second. i've read that you speak excellent english. shut up, kid. i got a good thing going here. oh, my. ned's next movie seems even bloodier than the last one. now, there's no need to actually whip him. we can put the sound in later. no! as your financial backer, i insist upon reality. pharaoh didn't put the sound in later. but who'd know the difference? the people being whipped! ( shouting ) ( grunting ) hey, lovejoy, you could take a lesson from flanders-- you know, inject your services with a little razzle-dazzle. oh, i already do, if by "razzle" you mean "piety" and by "dazzle" you mean "scriptural accuracy." what a tool. i'm richer than you! look out, jonah! it's a whale! jonah, jonah... jonah! arr! the only just solution is to cut the baby in half. wait a minute. i killed a baby. i'm a monster! i can't take any mo
Oct 8, 2013 7:00pm EDT
on many american portfoli portfolios. michelle reports on why investors should pay attention to what is going on in puerto rico. >> reporter: puerto rico has some $70 billion of debt behind new york and california but a smaller and weaker connecticut me compared. they borrowed money to cover pension costs and fill budget gaps but that may finally be catching up. investors have been selling bonds for the last several weeks for fear they might not get paid back. agencies downgraded bonds backed by revenue from puerto rico sales tax. puerto rico may be small by bonds from puerto rico are one of the few that has what's known as a triple exception. no hatter what state you live in, if you own a bond from puerto rico, you don't pay federal, state or local taxes on the interest. morning star says there are 567 municipal bond funds in the united states and more than 75% have some exposure to puerto rico. while some traditional may be selling, hedge funds willing to take bigger risks are buying them and mature in 2039 is selling for 71 cents on the dollar and will pay more than 8%, fully tax
Oct 12, 2013 1:00am PDT
carson, dr. senator rand paul also spoke, senator michele bachmann who called obama care death care. the real leader of the hard liners was texas senator ted cruz. >> i'm going to suggest a model for how we turn this country around in the next couple of years. and it is the model that we have been following together for the last couple of months, to stop that train wreck, that disaster, that nightmare that is obama care. [ cheers and applause ] >> both the line and the position very popular in the room. that said, there were hecklers as well. >> government will always continue to grow and freedom in america will always recede. and yet what we saw across this country -- [ inaudible ]. >> ma'am, thank you for being here. i wish you would participate in the democratic process through speaking respectfully. it seems that president obama's paid political operatives are out in force today. [ applause ] [ audience boos ] >> and you know why? and you know why? because the men and women in this room scare the living daylights out of them. [ cheers and applause ] >> some hecklers aside though
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Oct 14, 2013 8:00pm EDT
reports a tax would hit union health care plans, hard will be delayed. michelle fields and david callahan here, clashing it out. two good bits of news efficient the republican, michelle -- news for the uuions michelle. >> this is up fair, why are unions getting proven shall treatment -- preferencal treatment. when it comes to his friends his buddies, well, they don't have to deal with the effects of the shut down. they are allow to have their job. with obamacare, the unions got to awful bill passed they lobbied for it, they should have to deal with the negative effects of obama carry just like everyone else. charles: david. >> i love you are looking for union give away, obama white house. charles: i think that the unions are looking forgive aways. >> they are knocking on the door. >> unions do not view barack obama as their bilg big buddy, s is a president who has not stepped forward to do what unions want, they wanted a major eextion -- e exception, now we have this excise tax, insurance industry hates that tax. unions hate that tax. this is one thhng that democrats and republicans can a
Oct 15, 2013 6:00am PDT
the 15th. i'm frank mallicoat. >> and i'm michelle griego. time is 6:00. moments ago, an update on bart talks that continued all night long. let's get right to kpix 5 reporter cate caugurian at cal trans headquarters in oakland. >> reporter: frank and michelle, the federal mediator came out and says that both sides will be taking a break from negotiations until later this afternoon. bart management and the unions walked out of the building after nearly 17 hours of negotiations. still no word on a deal. the federal mediator assured commuters trains will be running today but not comment on the progress of negotiations. >> at the mediator's request, we'll be taking a recess until early this afternoon. and that's all i'm going to have to say at this moment. negotiations are continuing and back at it early this afternoon. >> reporter: now, this is a major shift from what we saw last night. the unions were close to calling for another bart strike and said it would take a hail mary to avert it. we did see several of them walk out of this building this morning. again, they have not commented or
Oct 9, 2013 12:00am PDT
some of these people are well known to you such as congresswoman michele bachmann, many are not but they should be. tonight we introduce our new segment, these are the people who are running our country, featuring the small click of rabid extremists. our inaugural member, ted yoho when it was reported that he said this about the country defaulting, i think we need to have that moment where we realize we are going broke. i think personally it would be stability to the world markets. i asked his republican colleague about it last night. your colleague congressman yoho who said that actually breaching the debt ceiling would bring stat to the markets. >> who is ted yoho is a freshman republican congressman who pulled off an incredible victory in 2012, vanquishing a 12-term incumbent. yoho won that primary by 829 votes with the backing of congresswoman michele bachmann and former congresswoman michelle west. yoho is a member of the florida veterinarian medical association and the florida association of ek equine practitioners. >> career politics are like pigs feeding at the t
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